UNDEFEATED LINGAYEN – Players of the capital town picked up their game against Mangaldan, like a walk in the park, 102-89, in the quarterfinals of the 3rd Governor’s cup-Inter-town, City Basketball Tournament held last week. (PIOphoto).
The PUNCH’S GRAND SLAM WIN – PUNCH editors and staff get together after winning all the awards (print category) presented by the 3rd Aninaw Media Awards sponsored by the PHINMA University of Pangasinan’s Communication Arts Department. Holding some of the awards, among them “Best Community Newspaper,” are (from left): Willie Lomibao, Leonardo Micua, Jesus Garcia Jr., Ermin […]
ASHES TO ASHES — Two pupils from St. John Cathedral School compare the image of the cross with the blessed ash on their foreheads after the ritual at St. John the Evangelist Cathedral in Dagupan City on Wednesday. (Punchphoto by Jojo Riñoza)
TOWNS in Pangasinan downstream of the San Roque Dam will be least affected by the impending dry spell, an official of the firm operating the dam said. “We have enough water in San Roque (dam) to address the irrigation requirements of farmlands in several municipalities downstream,” said Tommy Valdez, vice president for corporate affairs of […]
ANTI RABIES — A nurse at the Reg. 1 Medical Center – Dagupan City, administers the vaccine to an elderly woman exposed to dogs or cats. (Punchphoto by Ray Zambrano)
WOW PUTO FESTIVAL – Calasiao town’s street dancers depicting “I love Pinablin Calasiao and Wow Puto Festival” perform at the Panagbenga Festival’s open category in street dancing and showdown competition last March 2. The group won third prize. (Punchphoto by Willie Lomibao)
BALON DAGUPAN NEWS DAGUPAN City again received citations for more of its child-friendly initiatives in recognition of its efforts to support pupils and youths in conflict with the law. Dagupan, under the leadership of Mayor Belen Fernandez, was recently adjudged a model local government unit for implementing daycare service and in providing quality and holistic […]